Soiree on State Parking and Traffic

Cayce Announces Parking and Traffic Details for  this Saturday’s Soiree on State

The ‘Party in the Street’ will feature local artists, local vendors, and live music in the Cayce River Arts District

The Soiree on State will return to Cayce’s State Street this Saturday, March 25th from 2 - 8 PM! This free event has local artists, a kid’s area with inflatable obstacle courses, face painting, a balloon artist, food and drink vendors, and a variety of live music all afternoon! The Soiree on State will take place along State Street, from Poplar Street to Railroad Street. 


Free parking is conveniently located at Brookland-Cayce High School within walking distance of the Soiree or guests can take a free golf cart ride to and from the event! This is a pet friendly event, so feel free to bring your pet on a leash.


The event site, on State Street from Poplar Street to Railroad Street, will be closed starting at 10:00 AM and will remain closed into the evening for event clean up. Frink Street will be accessible for local traffic only between Foreman Street and State Street from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Some residential streets adjacent to State Street may also be impacted.


If you are coming from Columbia, take the Blossom or Gervais Street Bridges across the river, make a left on State Street and then park at Brookland Cayce High School (1300 State Street). If you are coming from Chapin or Irmo, take I-26 to 77 and take exit 2. Coming from the Town of Lexington or Lexington County, you can take 378, Highway 1, or Highway 321 to State Street in Cayce. Free Parking at Brookland Cayce High School!

Don't miss out on this FREE exciting day of art, music, great food; and of course, Cayce Pride!

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This article was originally published on Wednesday, March 22, 2023.

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